Please help me!
I want to get rid of pfsense, and i want a tinny help, couse i bumped into a wall.
One of my website which runs on my homeserver, have cloudflare… Or how to say it.
I have a dynamic ip and pfsense updating it, when ip is changed.
But i configured Debian 11 as a router, and i cant figure out how to update automaticaly my IP address in cloudflare’s DNS records.
Firstly i find DNSOmatic can update cloudflare, via ddclient, so i added my cloudflare in that website, pasted my username and API token etc
I find this tutorial and did what needs to do.
But i gets back this message from cloudflare(sent by DNSOmatic via email): CloudFlare response for ‘dynamic’:
So i commented out from ddclient config file the DNSOMatic configuration (Which is working with the NOIP hostnames) and i give a try with ddclient
predefined Cloudflare configuration
i installed all the dependencies, which find it on github
And copied to ip_up local thing:
If you are using a ppp connection, you can easily update your DynDNS entry with each connection, with:
## configure pppd to update DynDNS with each connection cp sample-etc_ppp_ip-up.local /etc/ppp/ip-up.local
and set up Two Ways, as the ddclien config file suggest, i set up the API token
Then i try with global API key with my login email.
Only needed if you are using your global API key. If you are using an API token, set it to “token” (wihtout double quotes).
\ # This is either your global API key, or an API token. If you are using an API token, it must have the permissions "Zone - DNS - Edit" and "Zone - Zone - Read". The Zone resources must be "Include - All zones".
Still not updating my IP
Please suggest solutions, or any alternative solutions for this problem! Thank you!